Nowadays, it seems like virtually every movie that’s even remotely successful is turned into a franchise. It may seem like this is becoming increasingly more common, but it’s actually something that Hollywood has been doing for decades. After all, movie studios need to make money in order to thrive, and producing sequels to movies are a surefire way to earn more cash. Just take a look at any superhero series.

It makes sense; when people see a movie and fall in love with either the characters or the story, they ...

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